Mrs. Rushworth is rather sweet. I like that she learned from the housekeeper and that she paid attention to Fanny -- not through charitable impulse but just because Fanny's interested. A little thing, superficial, but at the same time genuine.
Fffft, Fanny and the chapel. She makes me think of Catherine from Northanger Abbey
and Marianne from Sense and Sensibility.
And here we run into my first real difficulty with Fanny and her very conservative morals. Mary's sentiments regarding the chapel and services are much more in line with my own, and while her expression of them wasn't particularly sensitive to Edmund's feelings as someone interested in becoming a chaplain, my first impulse at Fanny's reaction is to roll my eyes and tell her to lighten up.
Mary and Fanny -- extrovert versus introvert.
Also how annoying flirting can be for the people not doing the flirting. Ahaha oh Mary and Edmund.